One in a Thousand Blue Words Andrew Herfst

The entire piece is derived from the mechanical sounds of my father’s automatic camera, and a single melody line played by Tygh Runyan on his mother’s acoustic guitar. The sounds were processed, then assembled using a program called Rainmaker (based on Eigenfeldt’s Dronemaker) which automates the looping, panning, and envelope of several different sound files at once.

  • Year of composition: 2000
  • Duration of the submitted work: 4:34

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